More Charges Expected In Connection With Flint Water CrisisMichigan's Attorney General will be announcing additional charges connected to the Flint Water Crisis.
Water From Tap Still Undrinkable In Flint But Other Benchmarks Being MetHealth officials say a filter should still be used for drinking and food preparation.
Snyder, Other Firms Named In NAACP Lawsuit Over Flint's Poisoned WaterThe suit names Gov. Rick Snyder and other officials, along with two firms hired to evaluate water quality.
State Spends $3.6 Million On Flint Emergency PaychecksMichigan has spent more than $3.6 million for things like distributing and sampling water and administrative work.
After Flint, Lawmakers Study $165M For Other InfrastructureKey legislators are receptive to the concept of the new fund but say details must be hashed out, including how much to spend initially and how to spend it.
Doctor Who Helped Expose Flint Water Crisis Speaking At MSUMona Hanna-Attisha is the speaker at Michigan State University's undergraduate commencement ceremony.
Judge Who Drank Flint Water Recuses Himself From CaseGoldsmith served at the Flint federal courthouse for a brief period in 2014 when the city was using water from the Flint River.
Farmington Public Schools Plan More Water Testing After Elevated Lead FoundThe school district says elevated levels may be due to individual fountains and sinks.
Legislative Panel Holds 5th Hearing On Flint Water CrisisA legislative committee created to review Flint's water crisis hearing from top-ranking leaders in Gov. Rick Snyder's administration.
Flint Mayor To Governor: Drinking Filtered Water Is Meaningless; You've Got To Live HereWeaver says the governor's decision overlooks the fear Flint residents have over bathing and cooking with their water.
Flint's Latest Conundrum? People Aren't Using Enough WaterFlint residents who've grown accustomed to using bottled water and avoiding the faucet are getting new instructions: Turn on the taps.